Ar an 1u la de mi 10, scriobh Dave Neary :
> I'd say it's kind of the equivalent of saying "You are free, and (as a
> matter of honour & justice) you are forbidden from keeping slaves". Not
> total freedom, but it's a reasonable restriction. It reminds me of a
> quote from a US Civil War film I saw - "They (the north) will win,
> because they cannot bear us living how we want to live, whereas we do
> not care how they live". That's a paraphrasal, by the way :)
Richard Stallman's ideal world; writing a program, not releasing its
source, and charging for the binaries is illegal. You're written the
program, it *is* your intellectual property, and you can't do what you
want with it?
`... when the elephant man broke strong men's necks, when he'd had too
many Powers, ...'
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